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Is Marie still using this today the reason she has defied aging? Kmart Marie Osmond skin care ad 1977 by


iron eyes cody : pollution hurts all of us : keep america beautiful ad campaign : 1971 :

love these vintage ads!

Advertisement for Revlon "Paint the Town Pink" lipstick and matching nail polish, circa "Not a prissy pink . not a sissy pink . " What the heck was a "sissy pink" supposed to be? Only the truly bold think pink!

How dumb were vintage ad creators?!? that's just wrong! Wonder how many infants' deaths were caused by these ads+ Young or Dumb Parents.. Here's Another of countless, Baby in Cellphone ADs from Du Pont Cellophane,1950's. by v.valenti:

Du Pont Cellophane, Now let's put our babies in plastic bags. (Yes, I know it's cellophane.don't get technical with me)

Racial stereotypes have been used countless times to promote food-related products. Aunt Jemima specifically used to promote pancake-related food products has been in use over the years although the visual stereotype can be seen as racist indeed. This helps perpetuate the stereotype of African Americans being underrated in society and look at as "the help."

Aunt Jemima pancake flour was invented in St. Louis in It was the first ready-mix food to ever be sold commercially.

"Dandy Don" Meredith for Lipton tea.

Dandy Don pretends to know soccer in this 1978 print ad